Cambridge Public School District
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In 2003, the Cambridge Rindge and Latin School (CRLS), also known as Rindge, came close to losing its educational accreditation when it was placed on probation by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges. The school has improved under Principal Chris Saheed, graduation rates hover around 98%, and 70% of students gain college admission.
In 2006 James Conry, the district's chief financial officer, said that the district had a projected $4.9 million surplus due to a high state reimbursement from the Circuit Breaker program.
The district, as of 2012-2013, has twelve elementary schools, with ten schools with grade levels JK-5, one English-Spanish duel immersion school with grades JK-8, and a Montessori school serving age 3 to grade 5. As of that year it has four upper schools and one full high school program.
- Cambridge Rindge & Latin School
- High School Extension Program
- Career & Technical Education/Rindge School of Technical Arts (RSTA)
Elementary and upper schools
- Amigos School/Escuela Amigos
- Cambridge Street Upper School
- Putnam Avenue Upper School
- Rindge Avenue Upper School
- Vassal Lane Upper School
- Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
- Fletcher-Maynard Academy
- Graham & Parks Alternative Public School
- Kennedy-Longfellow School
- King Open
- Morse School
- Tobin Montessori
- "Contact CPS Staff." Cambridge Public School District. Retrieved on June 2, 2013. "CPS Administrative Offices 159 Thorndike Street Cambridge, MA 02141"
- "School Fights Achievement Gap". The Harvard Crimson. Retrieved May 14, 2009.
- O'Leary, Janice. "SCHOOLS HAVE ANOTHER SURPLUS ; BUDGET IN BLACK BY $4.9M; LAST YEAR IT WAS $6M." Boston Globe. March 26, 2006. City Weekly p. 8. Retrieved on June 2, 2013.
- "Schools at a Glance 2012-2013." Cambridge Public School District. p. 3. Retrieved on June 2, 2013.
- "Schools at a Glance 2012-2013." Cambridge Public School District. p. 4. Retrieved on June 2, 2013.
- Abebe, Rediet T. "School District Discusses Budget." The Harvard Crimson. December 2, 2009.
- Harmer-Dionne, Elizabeth. "City's schools fail middle class." (letter to the editor) Boston Globe. April 30, 2006.
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